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    The end appears nigh for Craig Bellamy who admits he does not expect to continue on as an NRL coach after his Melbourne contract expires in two years

    The end appears nigh for Craig Bellamy who admits he does not expect to continue on as an NRL coach after his Melbourne contract expires in two years

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    The two-time premiership winning mentor has held the Storm reins since 2003 and hadn't shown any signs of slowing down this year.

    However, the 60-year-old does not see himself remaining in the NRL when his current contract expires.

    Asked if he would still be coaching in five years' time, Bellamy has told Sky Sports Radio "Nah, I don't think so."

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